history prodigious weather/incidents in England
reports of thunderstorms and prodigious hail, crops were damaged and people injured
A history prodigious weather/incidents in England.
A book for the prodigious and wondrous times, a thunderstorm in Daventry in Northamptonshire killed four people working in the fields, in Gofsforth near Newcaftle there was a whale, or sea monster, spotted by many, making strange noises, some farmers in Exeter saw an approaching arming riding white horses, in the island of Ely in Cambridgeshire there was a hail and thunderstorm, killing many livestock, a man in Maldon saw a light in the sky, and then two men in the sky as well, but then heard gunshots to see two men fighting with pistols on ground, one was killed.
John Cruise and his family witnessed a thunderstorm and heard flames that seemed to come from their house, when they realized it was in fact the Church.
A great storm of lightning and hail was witnessed in Alvanley, wind crashed windows and hail bruised the citizens.
While a minster was preaching in Alton, a violent tempest broke out, and it became dark as night, with lightning striking the church and setting it aflame, and two balls of fire also striking a wall.
A Turkish ship with English good was about to sail when a thunderstorm broke out, and a fireball struck the ship, engulfing the ship in flames.
Reports of a thunder and hailstorm, the steeple of the church was struck by lightning and burnt down, this happened apparently because the town was having illegal conventicles.
Predictions of three eclipses in 1683, meetings of Saturn and Jupiter foretell of war, the comets of 1680 and 1682 give signs of religious disputes, lightning.